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From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table in an office which is probably the Hattiesburg project's headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table in an office which is probably the Hattiesburg project's headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher at the University of Wisconsin, Freedom Summer teachers, standing in front of a red brick building, probably True Light Baptist Church.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, sitting and looking at books used in the Freedom School curriculum.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, a Freedom Summer teacher, sitting next to Alma Travis, one of her students.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, sitting between two of her students, Alma Travis (right) and Barbara Connors (left).

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, and three Freedom School students in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer 1964. The students are identified as Barbara Connors (left), Alma Travis (center), and Emma Davis (right).

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, both Freedom Summer teachers, sitting at a table in project headquarters at 507 Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, with Carolyn Reese, a Michigan school teacher and Co-Coordinator of the Hattiesburg project's Freedom School, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of voter registration volunteer Jacob Blum (Roslyn Heights, New York; a student at Yale University) hanging on the front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church a sign which reads "Help Make Mississippi Part of the U.S.A. / Register to Vote".

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of volunteer Jacob Blum hanging a voter registration sign on the front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, prior to a mass meeting during Freedom Summer, 1964. The sign reads "Help Make Mississippi Part of the U.S.A."

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of volunteers (left to right) Doug Tuchman (New York City) and Jacob Blum (Roslyn Heights, New York; a student at Yale University) standing on the front steps of Mt. Zion Baptist Church near a sign reading "Help Make Mississippi Part of the USA / Register to Vote". Blum did voter registration work and Tuchman was a Freedom School teacher at Mt. Zion.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a group of volunteers and local African American residents holding a meeting regarding voter registration in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a group of volunteers and local African-American residents holding a meeting regarding voter registration in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of volunteers and local African-American activists meeting in a small room to discuss presumably voter registration. The women are local civil rights leaders (left to right) Earline Boyd, Marie Blalock, Lenon E. Woods, and Helen Anderson.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of volunteers and local African-American activists meeting in a small room to discuss presumably voter registration. The women are local civil rights leaders (left to right) Lenon E. Woods and Helen Anderson. In the lower right corner appears a document which reads "'... regardless of any party, sect[ion] or interest involved'".

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of three local African-American children reacting to the camera in the exhibit area of the Palmers Crossing Community Center where Freedom School students' art work is on exhibit. The large sign with handprints down the left wall spells "Freedom". The little boy on the left is Cecil Gray, son of local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray. In the center is Pete Williams. See also #396-397.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaking from notes at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local activist and candidate for the U.S. Senate on the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) ticket, Victoria Jackson Gray (Adams) speaks to a meeting of the political party members held at St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing, near Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table talking in an office at the headquarters on Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964. They are Freedom Summer teachers. Rigolo holds a copy of Herbert Aptheker's "Negro Slave Revolts in the United States", first published in 1939 and a part of the Freedom Summer schools curriculum.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local African-American girl Peggy Copeland playing in a water puddle in front of True Light Baptist Church.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of four local African-American children on and near the front porch of 'Big Mamma's house on Dewey Street. On a tree in the foreground are two signs, one advertising jobs for maids in New York and New Jersey and the other reading "MFDP".

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of MFDP sign on tree in front of a house on Gravel Line Street where a group of local African-American men and boys have gathered on the porch.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a young Caucasian male volunteer and an older African American female resident joining together in a group of others to sing in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local African-American woman singing and clapping her hands in a group outdoors.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local African-American male teenagers sing in a group outdoors.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Clarence Williams, a young African American man of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, singing during Freedom Summer, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local African-American teenager Clarence Williams, without sunglasses, sings -- close-up.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a local African American woman, Mary Stepps, sings during Freedom Summer in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1964.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of local African-American teenagers Peter Wilson and David Otis Wilson singing and clapping their hands in a group outdoors.

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Folksinger "Folksy" Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison performing for a group of African-American children from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer 1964.

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